Tips for Finding Unique Mother’s Day Gifts | Shopping & Services
Mother’s Day, which falls this year on May 13 has been officially celebrated in America since 1914. It was then that Congress designated the second Sunday of each May to be celebrated in honor of mothers. Currently across the country there are 85.4 million mothers, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In honoring them, many people may want to bypass the typical flower gifts and opt for something more unique.
“Sure, flowers are nice. But they don’t last very long,” explains Braden Richter, the chief executive officer of LuxeYard (www.LuxeYard.com), an online member site that offers discounts on home furnishings and more. “There are some unique gifts that people can buy for moms that will last longer and bring them even more joy.”
LuxeYard offers a wide variety of items that make ideal Mother’s Day gifts, including such unique choices as wicker candle holders to accent the patio or garden, decorative lamps for mom’s home office, artistic photos for the wall, and a wide variety of ceramic vases in different shapes and sizes. There are also unique picture frames, furniture, and kitchenware, including a French-press coffee maker and stovetop espresso maker. For the mom who loves tea, they offer a clear teapot with a stainless steel infuser. In addition to the coffee makers, there is also a stainless-steel airtight coffee canister that makes a great gift.
“There are many good reasons to shop LuxeYard, and the affordable pricing is just one of them,” added Richter. “We have over 425,000 members so far because, in addition to the low prices, we offer many unique items that make perfect gifts, whether for yourself or someone else.”
The LuxeStyle division of LuxeYard offers a wide variety of designer apparel at rock-bottom prices. Some of the apparel offerings include vintage Hermes, Chanel, Gucci, Lanvin, and Oscar de la Renta, as well as new arrivals such as: Velvet, Michael Starr, Mr. Kate, Joseph Brooks, Maggie Ward, Petro Zillia, and Amrita Singh. Consumers have the option to purchase jewelry, clothing, handbags, and fashion accessories at deeply discounted prices. LuxeStyle has also recruited several fashion Trendsetters to share their picks and opinions of the products they love, including Giuliana Rancic (TV Personality for E!), Jamie Chung (Hangover 2), Rachel Zalis (TV Host for Today Show and E!), and Constance Zimmer (Actress/House of Cards).
“Shopping for these top names in fashion has never been easier,” said Daniella Clarke, spokesperson for LuxeYard and founder of Frankie B Jeans. “LuxeStyle provides access to unheard of deals on this apparel.”
LuxeYard offers both group buys and flash sales, all of which are available to members. Their site memberships are free and are open to the public. The site offers up to 70 percent off the retail price on furniture, textiles, cookware, lamps and more. The site is now offering the same deep discounts on apparel, through its LuxeStyle division. The site also offers limited-time sales and concierge buying and is the only public pure play flash site traded on the stock market. LuxeYard memberships are currently free. Consumers can sign up to receive access to the deals at www.LuxeYard.com.
LuxeYard is a members-only flash sale site for luxury home furnishings, decor and fashion that offers access to unique products sourced by a seasoned team of buyers at a fraction of retail prices. LuxeYard is the pioneer of Concierge Buying, which gives members the power to determine what items will be sold on the site, and Group Buy which allows them to lower the price by sharing sale items with friends. With a veteran retail, ecommerce and digital marketing management team, LuxeYard partners with celebrity Trendsetters and design and fashion industry insiders to deliver a curated buying experience and a point of view to its members. To join the LuxeYard community, visit www.LuxeYard.com.
# # #
U.S. Census Bureau. Mother’s Day 2012. <http://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/facts_for_features_special_editions/cb12-ff08.html>